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António Guterres Oct 14
Just 5% of world leaders are women, but they were prominent at last month: speaking out and shaping the conversation. Women’s leadership is crucial for peace and prosperity on a healthy planet.
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United Nations Oct 12
has elected 18 countries to Human Rights Council: Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Eritrea, Togo, Somalia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Fiji, India, Philippines, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Argentina, Bahamas, Uruguay, Austria, Denmark, Italy:
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Roland Jackson 24m
🇺🇸Courts have prepare a dismissal panel for every spanish game from Global health services ``Every HIV soluction etc prepare by the US global health soluction is under the games of fraud the health soluction by such corrupt men to get rich´´
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KNCV Tuberculosis F. 1h
A historic moment! The has adopted the Declartion of the first-ever United Nation High Level Meeting on ! Read the resolution in its entirety here:
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Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs 🇳🇱 29m
Last month at , political leaders, officials & CEO’s made their miles for Climate Action all the way to , where the next Climate Summit will be held in December. A warming planet urges worldwide action! 🚲
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# ANIMAL CRUELITY ON THE  EARTH IS FIRST . . ! ! 4h
..!!? ..!!? ..!? ..!!? ..!!? You don't need to be Animal to ....... too !! .
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Vikram Shetty 😃 2h
The survey was in 4 different languages. It eventually be collated to create a global database of SDG perceptions Source by  Publication :
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Ibrahim Mayaki Oct 16
We can and must set an example: against a pessimistic discourse that tends to present our continent as one of crises....
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Ꮄ/ᎷᎧᏂᎷᎷᏋᎴ ᏗᏝᎧᎷᏗᏒᎩ 22h
Replying to @abbymaxman
His dream was to learn.. But his dream then was to live! One child from the 50 which were on their school bus before the US-Saudi airstrikes targeted & killed most of them!
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Veer Foundation Oct 16
RT unfoundation: “I believe with data that we can end hunger by 2030.” In the face of enormous global challenges, WFPChief David Beasley remains committed to making a reality!
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しこう Oct 9
73rd paid attention to Peace on the Peninsula
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Heather Nauert 20h
. met today with Saudi FM in Riyadh & thanked the FM for his continued partnership. He & the FM followed up on a range of regional & bilateral issues discussed at . The Secretary reiterated U.S. concern over ’s disappearance.
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Asad Feroze🇵🇰 6h
Stop this please look at this.
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Join us in for this discussion in NY, open to the public, 24 Oct. I will be discussing my report to the with an excellent group of colleagues.
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Anna Wisniowski Oct 15
The Petitionor isnt always right. Im the Defendendent Im the one your looking for.
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On coming October 31, the will once again vote for an end to , “The and its State Department should pay attention to this universal demand.”
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RABIN MARTIN 15h
Check out our key observations from this year's as we continue to look for pragmatic solutions in addressing global health's greatest challenges:
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Roland Jackson 2h
Replying to @JPN_PMO
Good day Abe and the business people of Japan and countries telling lies against our nations , spain a fraud government and very bad people becareful not to be fraud or game EU humanity will not war
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Leaders at coming together to discuss how purposeful cross-sector engagement is key for driving the . . Thanks for moderating this discussion!
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Sustainable and reliable transport are critical to Women's mobility and can support their access to markets and economic opportunities. addressing Second Committee
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